Trump blames Democrats for DACA impasse despite own action ending program

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Congress also put restrictions on the types of barriers that can be built.

"These big flows of people are all trying to take advantage of DACA".

"I told Mexico, and I respect what they did, I said, look, your laws are very powerful, your laws are very strong".

"The main people here are fleeing criminal violence, political violence, in their country and this allows us to save lives", she said in response to Trump's comments.

Trump's tweets calling on Mexico to halt "caravans" followed a "Fox & Friends" report Sunday that featured the leader of the union representing border patrol agents predicting that those in the caravan would create havoc and chaos in the U.S.as they wait for immigration reform. But Trump appears intent on ensuring the issues remain at the forefront of public conversation, even though the omnibus was widely seen as the last major legislation likely passed this year. A deal has so far proved elusive and Trump has blamed Democrats.

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The White House later said Trump wants to mobilize the National Guard.

According to local immigration attorney Ashley Foret Dees, those who try to cross the border now can not become a DACA recipient. Addressing reporters at the White House, he said: "NAFTA has been a horrible, horrible, embarrassing deal for the United States". The Democrats blew it. "And it's going to be changed, we need the wall, we need protection and we're going to change our immigration laws at the border and elsewhere". Under it, they can be freed while awaiting court hearings if detained in the United States. "It can't happen that way anymore".

"Mexico has the absolute power not to let these large "Caravans" of people enter their country", Trump wrote on Twitter on Monday morning.

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he wants to use the military to secure the U.S. -Mexico border until his promised border wall is built.

The National Guard, part of the USA military's reserve forces, has been used in recent years for surveillance and intelligence on the border, but not direct law enforcement. "Getting more unsafe. "Caravans" coming".

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President Trump called for "tougher laws" Monday night following news of the approaching Central American immigrants, saying "Honduras, Mexico and many other countries that the U.S.is very generous to, sends many of their people to our country through our WEAK IMMIGRATION POLICIES".

These "Stations of the Cross" migrant caravans have been held in southern Mexico for at least the last five years.

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The president announced plans to wind down the program starting March 5, but Alsup ruled that the program should continue while a lawsuit over DACA is pending.

The President is venting his anger at what he calls a broken immigration system, focusing on the so-called Dreamers- undocumented people brought to the U.S.as children.

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Trump has stepped up his immigration rhetoric in recent days and his administration has moved to further crack down on people, who are in the USA illegally. Deportations of foreigners dropped from 176,726 in 2015 to 76,433 in 2017, in part because fewer were believed to have come to Mexico, and more were requesting asylum in Mexico.

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